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cleveland browns and baltimore ravens owner. he moved the browns to baltimore to bring the nfl into the modern tv air. he died of natural causes and was 87 years old. those are your news headlines on the fox business network. notice those kind of all over the place? the prompter went out, it is like dead now. dagen: that was a major save. i will buy you a coca-cola for that. >> thank you. dagen: the market soaring. take a look at how the market is doing awfully har high for the session. again, the head of the ecb delivering the central bank will step in and buy bonds galore, unlimited supply with the nation's debt ridden keeping interest rates relatively low. you name it, we have a market rally. connell: last night was bill clinton speaking at the democratic national convention, but his wife, hillary clinton, watching halfway around the world overseas meeting with the chinese president. our next guest was just in china saying they slow down there could be a problem here. back in d.c. now. what did china look like, very bad? >> about a different point of view. the chinese govern
game in baltimore tonight. it's an eight-year deal that takes the refs through the 2019 season. some pension reforms that the owners wanted, nice pay increases for the refs, hitting $200,000 a season in 2019. remember, these are mostly part-timers; right? and to give the owners some flexibility in benching refs it deems underperforming. the league will have the option to start hiring its own officials. nfl commissioner roger goodell said the agreement supports long-term reforms that will make officiating better. the teams players fans want and deserve both consistency and quality officiating. one football great says after the blown calls by the replacement officials, the league had to cut a deal. >> they were doing all right until they put the replacement referees in. it was a debacle. it was an embarrassment. they had to cave because the game was being compromised. peter: the refs will vote on the agreement friday and saturday will be back on the fields for sunday's games. dagen and connell. connell: by the way everybody keeps saying the lockout -- it is temporarily lifted tonight;
browns the team became the raven's after he moved to baltimore in 96. his dead at the age of 87. those are your news headlines. the fox business network, now back to you. lori: thank you for the update. melissa: $1 billion in cost-cutting. what will those cuts b? charlie gasparino as the two-story. >> reporter: we are getting this from people inside. people that are talking to wall street executives from -- also looking for jobs. this might be the base cost cutting. now, we should point out, not just the business conditions on wall street this tampering, but also an insider-trading scandal, problems with the bank, a japanese bank, so a lot of other issues. this is the most extreme example of what is going on in maastricht, and it's affecting the equities business, the stock trading, banking, research which has been hit particularly hard in the current wall street profit. so this is what we know. telling executives the fox business network has learned, particularly in the equity business essentially to look for other jobs. signaling to these executives that they are winding down their e
orleans, baltimore, l.a. and hot land. cheryl: mayor bloomberg must be so proud. really exciting. good job. in new study by hotelscombined.com find the average hotel rate you went up 70% since last year in the summer months of june, july and august. the city of anaheim recording the highest price increase with a jump of 40% from average daily rate of $109 in 2011 to $155 in 2012. starwood hotels bigger and marriott international, held worldwide making major inroads in china. u.s. and european hotel giant finding their brand among the top ten most searched hotels in china, the oldest hotel company, joins me now. your company, you also made that list as well. something interesting about that data is it seems the sheridan is the first american company to get into china and still winning. what is different about the culture? >> china is a developing country and we are seeing many more chinese travel all over the world land different market segments. the chinese would go for very high and luxury accommodation. some may be more business hotel than mid market so the chinese are learning different
is over. the officials returns to the field for the game between the baltimore ravens and the cleveland browns and were greeted by a standing ovation from plans -- fans. cheryl: halfway through the game they went back to yelling but that is another story. thank you very much. the federal reserve making its first data dumped on discount window rending under dodd-frank. rich edson joining us with details. what does it show? rich: a financial crisis no longer in freefall or no longer a full-blown crisis. fox went to court and last year won the right to detail emergency discount loans showing tens of billions of dollars in overnight lending to european banks. the dodd-frank losses the federal reserve has to provide that information and for the first time under the law it has covering the discount window in the third quarter of 2010 a fed official says the activity was mostly normal and the largest loan $70 million to a bank in maine. there were a few smaller banks with eight figure loans. fed official says when these banks requested these loans they knew the information would later become p
. the officials returned to the field for the game between the baltimore ravens and cleveland browns and were greeted by a standing ovation from the fans. those are news headlines in the fox business network. get you back to tracy and ashley. tracy: arthel neville. thank you very much. ashley: underfunded pensions, rising health care cost, oh, yeah, the fiscal cliff, just some challenges states are grappling with right now. joining us for a look at the fiscal health of the states is david atkins, ceo of the council of state governments. david, thanks for joining us. my question to you is, do you get the sense there is some complacency out there about this fiscal cliff? oh, they will get it done in the end and states are not really taking the necessary preparations? >> that's right, ashley. certainly from the states perspective we get the feeling the federal government is involved in one of those nightmares many had in college and wake up on the day of the test and been enrolled in a course and never even attended it. there is sense of foreboding and great sense of complacency at the federal g
. all right, tonight's nfl game in baltimore something we have not seen in a while. regular refs. what it took to get them back on the field next. ashley: as we head to the break, some of the winners and losers and discover having a good day up nearly 7%. tracy: the refs should be on that list. [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where our dedicated support teams help you know more so your money can do more. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our teams have the information you want when you need it. it's anothereason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. ♪ speed and 30 past the hour. let's get a check at the markets. nicole: we are looking at a triple digit, 100 reef point gain on the dow jones industrial. i do not think you anticipated a move like this today. >> i think the bulk comes from that. nicole: i do not disagree with that. when we talk about the economic figures we have been ge
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